• Report: #19231

Complaint Review: dogg digital audio

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  • Submitted: Sat, April 20, 2002
  • Updated: Sun, March 30, 2003

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dogg digital audio
warranty service department 3419 via lido #249 newport beach, CA 92663 Orlando, Florida U.S.A.

sound system innovations dogg digital audio ripoff scam trash, worthless, con artist fake ripoff orlando florida *UPDATE ..Rip-off Report confirms contact info salesman misrepresentation ripoff *EDitor's Comment

*Consumer Comment: got his license plate number

*Consumer Comment: We're on the same page on this issue.........

*0: As a part of our normal procedure of processing REBUTTALS, Rip-off Report will verify information so our readers are not victimized any further. We did just that for the above Consumer Comment, and here is what we found out.

*Consumer Comment: I got ripped off too! *Contact info..The following was verified by Rip-off Report staff, see our Editorial Comment below:

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well let me tell you that my brother just got ripped off. these two guys driving in a brown explorer just come out of nowhere as you are driving in the street and tell you if you would like some speakers. of course you are curious and you go.

well ive been stopped twice about one year apart by the same guys. i was fortunate to not buy anything for the sake of not having money. the attention getter is "we are getting read of some speakers. Would u like any?" all i can say is that they are gonna get busted big time around here in florida. my incident happen here in front of UCF university of central florida.

one white male(driver) and a black guy (passneger). the location of my brother's unforunate rip off was about thirty mins due west of ucf. the jhon young parkway area. the pair of speakers are crap and about the only good thing about it is the box. if u can put good speakers(which that is why u boought the darn thing) you just my get something out of it. i hope this guys get busted because my brother just lost 160 dollars worth crap.

mar
orlando, Florida

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#1 Consumer Comment

got his license plate number

AUTHOR: Thomas - (U.S.A.)

I had bought a pair of Dogg Digital speakers from two bums in a black pontiac van. Definitely learned my lesson. So two days ago, a man of about 22-25 years of age confronted me in a store parking lot asking if I as interested in buying speakers. I played along a bit, got his license plate number >>>> F19-AFT <<<< I think that their "business" has a station somewhere on Alafaya Trail (434) I'm not sure as to what can be done, but I hope that the license plate number can be of assistance. I would be most pleased to see these souless beings be put behind bars where they can be made their cell-mates senorita.
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AUTHOR: Adolph - (U.S.A.)

A bit of a tangent to the original subject, but this statement I find rather interesting:

"This EDitor's recommendation to all readers; when a person you are doing business with tells you that he or she is a religious person, walk away immediately. Nothing against religion, it's just that religion has absolutely nothing to do with your business in most cases, and it's a common mechanism salespeople use to get you to lower your guard so that you will trust them. That's my personal experience and my opinion."
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In a nearby town there's a contractor who advertises "XXXXXXXX Christian Contractor". I have ALWAYS contended this supposed allegence to Christianity is a big red flag for any business. It was within the last couple of days I had made a like comment (the gist of the EDitor's dialogue)on "XXXXXXX the Christian" and the other businesses and sellers making like statements.

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At approximately 3pm Eastern Standard Time, another Consumer Advocate and myself called the above number. Dennis answered the phone but did not say hello. You could hear him yelling at someone in the background, "well, how much cash you got to spend"?. It turns out, that he was in the middle of his sales pitch!!



..When Dennis said hello to me, I asked him if I could get speakers. Dennis suspiciously replied by asking, "How did you get this number?". I told him that I got it from a friend. (This recorded conversation went on for about 15 minutes).



Dennis insists that, he is doing nothing wrong, but I insisted that he is misrepresenting what people are getting. I explained to Dennis, "you show people a brochure of speakers that are worth around $2,000 and your selling them all day long for 2 for $300". Dennis said, "well, they work and they're good speakers".

I then said to Dennis, "maybe they are worth the price they are paying, but your missing the point, they are only worth what they are paying and not what you show them in that bogus brochure". I told him that I didn't doubt that the speakers were worth $200, but that I was certain that they were not worth the $2,000 he is representing. Dennis had no answer for me.



Dennis, this is fraud!



I then asked Dennis, why he and his accomplices always pull up to consumers by ATM machines, parking lots and at red lights telling everyone the same bull story? "We're moving and we gotta get rid of these", "My boss is clearing out his warehouse" .."My brother bought these and he needs the money back" and like the conversation above, they usually give you a price and then say, "Well, how much cash you have to spend"? Again, Dennis had no explanation.



Dennis also said that he would sue me for recording him, and I tried to explain that I was calling from New York, a one party state. I also reminded him that I previously advised him that the call was being recorded, and that he could have just hung up on me. Dennis never said that I did not have his permission to record the call. ... A technical thing :-)



I then asked Dennis if he would be wiling to talk with someone from a local TV Station, he emphatically said NO!



Dennis then went on to tell me what a religious person he is, and I explained that religion has nothing to do with this, that most unscrupulous thieves throw out that line just when they are right about to stick that old umbrella up your butt and open it up.



This EDitor's recommendation to all readers; when a person you are doing business with tells you that he or she is a religious person, walk away immediately. Nothing against religion, it's just that religion has absolutely nothing to do with your business in most cases, and it's a common mechanism salespeople use to get you to lower your guard so that you will trust them. That's my personal experience and my opinion.



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AUTHOR: David - ()

I just got ripped off right now! Guy sold me a speaker for $150 and it was a total rip!!! I called him and he hung up on me! His name is Dennis and he was driving around in a beat up old bluish green chevy astro van. His cell phone number is 407-340-5640. I think I am going to call the police about this and let them know what is up! DONT BUY ANYTHING FROM GUYS ON THE STREET!!!
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